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Sassafras in Cinnamon Wood
may interact with Kava-Kava in Tonga
The use of either kavaor sassafras is discouraged due to serious side effects that they may cause. In addition, both kava and sassafras contain chemicals that may promote sedation. When they are taken together, excessive drowsiness, slowed breathing, loss of muscle control, and even coma may result. Additionally, both kava and sassafras also contain chemicals that may damage the liver - especially in high doses. If kava and sassafras are used at the same time, the risk of liver damage may increase. Signs of liver damage may include diarrhea, fatigue, itchy skin, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain or swelling, and yellowed skin or eyes. These and other signs of liver damage may not become apparent until damage is extensive, however. Neither kava nor sassafras should be used -- especially together.
Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems.
This interaction is well-documented and is considered moderate in severity.